You might like this latest book release from the SAP Community. [shutterstock: 532904239, jakkaje808]
In order to keep workforces on the top of their game, many companies encourage and provide training for their employees in a variety of formats. But how can you manage all of this disparate learning? With a learning management system such as SAP SuccessFactors Learning. SAP Press provided us with an advance copy of their book on the solution. Here’s what you’ll learn.
What will you learn?
SAP SuccessFactors Learning: The Comprehensive Guide is SAP Press’ curriculum for setting up every facet of SAP SuccessFactors Learning. Learn how to configure the solution to meet your needs, whether basic or advanced, with the help of step-by-step instructions and screenshots.
Find out what types of teaching options exist for those using SAP SuccessFactors Learning: scheduled classes, online or on-the-job training, and more. Explore key milestones to hit while implementing SAP SuccessFactors Learning. (Spoiler: one of the project phases is absolutely key! The book explains why.)
But this is only half of what you’ll learn. Certain industries require regulation and specific documentation for employee certification. The book shares how to ensure you document what’s been taught so learning doesn’t go to waste. See how to evaluate your workforce’s results, and then use this information to improve your courses in the future.
Other highlights include:
- User and administrator interfaces
- Content management
- Curriculum and program management
- Assessment and evaluation
- Informal learning
- Implementation and project management
Who is this book for?
Anyone who is running SAP SuccessFactors will want this book in their library. For those working in the HR space and are looking at how to expand their employees’ knowledge pool, this book shares just how easy it can be to create a course and accomplish just that. Existing SAP SuccessFactors Learning customers that already have learning courses but seek to streamline their administration will find helpful information here. And of course, IT teams tasked with implementing and maintaining this learning management solution will find what they need in these pages.
The adage “if you’re not going forward, you’re going backward” is especially true in the business world—those companies that aren’t learning are letting opportunities (and profit) pass them by. Authors Joelle Smith, Alan Yang, and Alex Churin recognize this and make the most of the book’s 600+ page count, ensuring you’re spending your time well and always moving forward.